Archive for August, 2008
Foundry Players has released their planned 2008-2009 season: The Heidi Chronicles, Fall 2008 The Odyssey, Winter 2009 The Dining Room, Spring 2009 Foundry’s Fifth Annual Play Reading Series, Summer 2009 Schedule is subject to change due to performance rights conflicts or other issues.
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The Arlington Players are holding a skill building workshop “Singing and Acting in a Large Theater” on September 27, 2008. The class will be taught by distinguished Director and long-time TAP member Christopher Dykton, along with fellow TAP Director and member Linda Ray and Music Director J.Michael d’Haviland, the workshop is designed to help actors […]
tick, tick…Boom Elden Street Players Industrial Strength Theatre, Herndon, VA $22/$19 Students and Seniors Through August 23rd Brad Hathaway of Potomac Stages reviews Elden Street Players’ production of Tick, Tick… BOOM!: An absorbing, well-told story. An often sparkling, rockish score. A sharp, emotionally engaging performance in the lead role. A solid sound from a four-piece […]
tick, tick…Boom Elden Street Players Industrial Strength Theatre, Herndon, VA $22/$19 Students and Seniors Through August 23rd Michael Toscano for the Washington Post reviews Elden Street Players’ production of Tick, Tick… BOOM!: Tick, tick…BOOM! is that rare look at a young person’s angst and anxiety that doesn’t seem stale to those of us who passed […]
The American Century Theater announced earlier today that the unavailability of licensing rights to Ira Levin’s Deathtrap and the classic fantasy Harvey has forced them to alter their 2008-2009 season. In place of Deathtrap in September will be Dr. Cook’s Garden, another mystery/thriller by the same playwright, Ira Levin. And in place of Harvey will […]
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Mark Blankenship writes for the New York Times about the work that happens backstage to keep a production moving along: WITH only four actors playing over 20 roles, “Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps” is madcap onstage. But life in the wings is just as manic. For 90 minutes crew members snake past one another with […]